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May

Imagine

Saturday May 29, 2021


Imagine a brain that’s foggy.
A pea souper at times
A morning mist at others.
A catatonic brain devoid of energy

Imagine a brain that fires on all cylinders
Perceiving answers quicker than quick
And doing a lot in a little time.

Imagine a brain that won’t let the body sleep
That thinks that it must capitalise on each single waking moment
And sees sleep as an irritant and a bore.

Imagine a brain that thinks, feels, sees deeply
That feeds on every little aspect of exposure
And strains to incorporate that into an achievement.

Imagine a brain that exhausts itself mercilessly
Knowing it but not stopping it,
Thundering on while there’s still time.
That, in a nutshell, is my brain.

Sally
A Moodscope member.

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